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Norway doesn’t make much ceremony of things; there is nothing to suggest that Oslo is hosting the peace ceremony except for two quiet banners at the Nobel Peace Centre...
By Manisha Saroop
Secret Diary of US surgeon-general
This is going to be a tough job. Not too much of surgery but office work and answering mail. From India itself, I’ve received over 25,000 letters, e-mail, not to speak of telephone calls
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
Movie Review
We can only see this movie like fond parents who see their children acting in a school play. Ours is not to reason why, but only to indulgently smile.
10 Questions
The documentary filmmaker on his new film Jai Ho, a tribute to A.R. Rahman
Gossip
Trouble brewing among organisers of one of India’s biggest lit-fests? And lookout for Outlook's ‘100 Books That Can Change Your Life’
Happenings
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
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Business in bitesizes
Cover Story
terrorism
What possible sin could children have committed that you would need prayers for forgiveness?
terrorism
Spectacle Of Terror
Terror is now a ‘bold’ statement, and the enemy now lies within
Saba Naqvi
terrorism
Relaying Blood Telegrams
The odious crime in Peshawar begs Pakistan and India to own up to responsibilities
Pranay Sharma
terrorism
Empty Looks Don’t Explain
The homegrown ‘ISIS men’ had nothing in their background and environs urging jehad
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Cover Story II
christians & conversion
The Christian community is in mortal fear as the Sangh parivar steps up attacks over ‘conversions’
Interview
‘There’s A Deliberate Insensitivity Towards Some’
The principal of St Xavier’s College, Mumbai, who had earlier struck a note of caution against 'an alliance of corporate capital and communal forces'
Anuradha Raman Interviews Frazer Mascarenhas
christians & conversion
This Ain’t No Homecoming
In western UP, it’s a baleful season...a festival of fear
Pavithra S. Rangan
jump cut
Left To The Lord
More than the propaganda, it is the state discrimination that worries minorities
A.J. Philip
Featured
EXCLUSIVE investigation: private charters
Pvt jets are crucial quid pro quo in corporate-politico ties
National
andhra pradesh: capital city
Naidu’s new capital will destroy AP’s most fertile region. Is it worth it?
opinion
Under Modi, serious debate has drowned in saffron diatribe
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Business
jewellers
A Rs 1,200 cr VC funding. The Kalyanaramans reinvent the jewellery wheel.
night store
Midnight urge? Dial a snack and it’s delivered
economy: raghuram rajan
He may have criticised policy, but Raghuram Rajan has led the RBI well
Society
health: early menarche
The age of puberty in young urban Indian girls has gone down. Blame it on prosperity.
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
Last two anniversary issues have left the the man behind Qtiyapa underwhelmed
20 OUTSPOKEN, outstanding, outlier
Why I Love Outlook
A distinct publication where the voices have been varied, diverse, soft, loud, intimate, mannered, violent, tender, brash, considerate, empathetic and even sterile.
T.M. Krishna
Mind your body
Exercise for 150 minutes a week. That’s all it takes to keep every lifestyle disease, including obesity, at bay.
A random sample from the British newspapers
Books
Extract
‘No fire in the belly’ and ‘no appetite for a political fight’—with a leader diagnosed thus, the Congress let Modi have it his way
Harish Khare | Extracts from How Modi Won It: Notes From The 2014 Election By Harish Khare
Review
Daruwalla’s ancient longings, Subramaniam’s wry humour, Swami’s colluding worlds and Goswami’s versatility—a bouquet of poetry for all occasions
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